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Supply Side Reading 9-2-14

Tuesday News: In the NY Times Jared Bernstein calls for dethroning ‘King Dollar’; In Forbes.com, Ralph Benko asks Janet Yellen to mend the Fed

Politics and Government

In the Washington Post, Hunter Schwarz writes if Britain were a U.S. state, it would be the second poorest.

From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko details how the Delaney Act will bring a trillion dollars, and policy sanity, back to America.

In The Star Ledger, Matt Friedman writes Jeff Bell, running for Senate in NJ, “does not appear to be running a campaign, but using his campaign to flog his pet issue.”

At Town Hall, Dan Mitchell weighs in on the lower tax rates v.s. targeted tax credits fight.


Monetary Reform

In the NYT, Jared Bernstein calls for dethroning ‘King Dollar.’

From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko asks Janet Yellen to mend the Fed

At Cato, Steve Hanke covers Europe’s poor economic performance this summer.

From Forbes.com, Norbert Michel asks if the Federal Reserve is running on empty.

At Project Syndicate, Brad DeLong calls our economic state “The Lesser Depression”

At Uneasy Money, David Glasner wonders if Milton Friedman could tell the difference between real and pseudo gold standards.


The Big Squeeze

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Supply Side Reading 5-6-10

A nice collection of a few reactions to Kevin Williamson’s misguided and wrong-headed article. And, if you have maniacs like Chait at TNR coming to your defense…you’re doing things wrong.

Goodbye Supply Side?

National Review’s Kevin Williamson has begun a worthwhile debate with his recent “Goodbye Supply Side.” The New York Times’ Ross Douthat reacted positively, as has supply-side critic Jonathan Chait at The New Republic.

For the defense, a particularly good analysis by “Econoclasts” author Brian Domitrovic. Also weighing in, Cato’s Dan Mitchell and columnist Ross Kaminsky.

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